Arizona Business Gazette:  “Employers that provide vehicles for their workers can end up liable for workers’ compensation benefits if the employees get into an accident, even ones that occur after they leave work, the Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled.  The judges rejected arguments by Pima County that it was not responsible for paying benefits to the widow of Robert Hooker, who was killed in a car crash while on his way to meet his wife for dinner. The court concluded that the mishap could be considered a work-related injury.”